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October 05, 1984 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-05

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Friday, October 5, 1984

51—MISCELLANEOUS

McINTOSH home stereo. Com-
ponents extremely high pow-
ered. Like new. Call Mr. Joel at
399-9033.

53—ENTERTAINMENT

EXCELLENT Entertainment —
Singles, Bands, Novelty for any
occasion. JIBARO CREATIVE
ENTERTAINMENT. 791-2678.

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Clark Family Players

BIRTHDAY
PARTIES
and other special oc-
casions
Clowns,
juggling,
magic, music, dance,
puppets, balloon
sculpture
Call Mary Ellen
273-6716

MATT JACOBSON'S
PARTY MAGIC SHOW
As seen on NBC's
Entertainment To-
night, Dick Purtan's
People, PM Magazine
and Michigan State
Fair, etc. Audience
Participation SHow.

Call early for available
dates
332-0150

This Space
Reserved for
Your Ad
Call 424-8833

SPACE AGE

COMPUTER PICTURES

Taken of your guests
at Bar Mitzvas, wed-
dings, promotional
parties, etc.

Ism.

Call 863-7736
for info

55—ART FOR SALE

LITHOS

Churchill AP 26/50,
ROSEN AP 3/25,
ROSENTHAL 29/
200, MILSHTEIN
2/100, ROTH AP
1/25, HOLT 60/200,
HOLD 134/200.

Sacrifice

649-2659

THE -OETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Send Someone
Special a Gift
52 Weeks a Year.
Send a gift
subscription to

THE

JEWISH NEWS!

STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULA-
TION Requited by 39 U.S.C. 3685
1. A. TITLE OF PUBLICATION:
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
NO.:
PUBLICATION
1. B.
275520
DATE
OF
FILING:
Sept.
28,
2.
1984
3. FREQUENCY OF ISSUE:
Weekly
3.A. NO. OF ISSUES PUB-
LISHED ANNUALLY: 52
3. B. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION
PRICE: $18.00
4. COMPLETE MAILING AD-
DRESS OF KNOWN OFFICE
OF PUBLICATION: 17515 W. 9
Mile Rd., Suite 865, Southfield,
Oakland County, Michigan
48075-4491
5. COMPLETE MAILING AD-
DRESS OF HEADQUARTERS
OF GENERAL BUSINESS
OFFICE OF THE PUBLISHER:
17515 W. 9 Mile Rd., Suite 865,
Southfield, Michigan 48075-
4491
6. FULL NAMES AND COM-
PLETE ADDRESS OF PUB-
LISHER, EDITOR AND MAN-
AGING EDITOR:
PUBLISHER: Charles A.
Buerger, 2104 N. Charles Street,
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
EDITOR: Gary Rosenblatt, 2104
N. Charles Street, Baltimore,
Maryland 21218
7. OWNER: The Detroit Jewish
News Limited Partnership,
17515 W. 9 Mile Rd., Suite 865,
Southfield, Michigan 48075-
4491; Charles A. Buerger, 2104
N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md.
21218; Bernard S. Denick, Trus-
tee for the benefit of Karen Bric-
ken and Jamie Bricken, 1800
Munsey Bldg., Baltimore, Md.
21202; Gary Rosenblatt, 2104 N.
Charles St., Baltimore, Md.,
21218; Edward R. Cohen, 2423
Still Forest Rd., Baltimore, Md.
21218; Ronald M. Shapiro, Trus-
tee for the benefit of Alison M.
Guben and S. Kathie Guben,
2000 Charles Center South, 36 S.
Charles St., Baltimore, Md.
21201; Jan. K. Guben, Custodian
for Jodi Alter Buerger, Andrew
Alter Buerger, Danielle Alter
Buerger, Kevin Alter Buerger
and Lauren Alter Buerger, 2000
Charles Center South, 36 S.
Charles St., Baltimore, Md.
21201; and Kim Muller-Thyme,
2033 Druid Park Dr., Baltimore,
Md. 21211.
8. KNOWN BONDHOLDERS,
MORTGAGEES AND OTHER
SECURITY HOLDERS OWN-
ING OR HOLDING 1 PERCENT
OR MORE OF TOTAL
AMOUNT OF BONDS,
MORTGAGES OR OTHER
SECURITIES: Carmi M.
Slomovitz, 5000 Town Center #
1705, Southfield, Michigan
48075; Philip Slomovitz, 22300
Lucerne Dr., Apt. 101, South-
field, Michigan 48075; and
United Jewish Charities, 163
Madison, Detroit, Michigan
48226.
(In the following tabulation first
column of figures is "Average No.
Copies Each Issue During Pre-
ceding 12-Months," second col-
umn is "Actual Number of copies
of Single Issue Published
Nearest to Filing Date.")
10. EXTENT AND NATURE OF
CIRCULATION:
A. TOTAL NO. COPIES
PRINTED (Net Press Run):
17,150
16,766
B. PAID CIRCULATION:
1. SALES THROUGH
DEALERS AND CARRIERS,
STREET VENDORS AND
COUNTER SALES:
2,053
1,952
2. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS:
14,232
14,172
C. TOTAL PAID CIRCULA-
TION: •
16,285
16,131
D. FREE DISTRIBUTION BY
MAIL, CARRIERS OR OTHER
MEANS, SAMPLES, COM-
PLIMENTARY, AND OTHER
FREE COPIES:
493
330
E. TOTAL DISTRIBUTION
(Sum of C and D):
16,778
16,461
F. COPIES NOT DISTRIB-
UTED
1. OFFICE USE, LEFT
OVER, UNACCOUNTED,
SPOILED AFTER PRINTING:
. 325
258
2. RETURNS FROM NEWS
AGENTS:
47
47
G. TOTAL: Sum of E&F 1 and 2
— should equal net press run
shown in A):
17,150
16,766
I certify that the statements made by
me above are correct and complete,
CARMI M. SLOMOVITZ, Bus. Mgr.

LOCAL NEWS

Sinai Hospital 'adopts' school
as part of community outreach plan

Sinai Hospital became the
"proud parent" of a healthy school
named Winship last month.
Sinai's adoption of Winship
Elementary and Middle School is
part of a Detroit and nationwide
effort encouraging the private
sector to become involved in pub-
lic education. Sinai is the first De-
troit hospital to participate in the
program through which
businesses and non-profit institu-
tions share their resources to help
supplement basic classroom edu-
cation with learning experiences
beyond the classroom walls.
A committee composed of Sinai
staff and Winship faculty will
identify needs and develop the
best ways to meet those needs.
The ceremony was hosted by
Irving A. Shapiro, Sinai's execu-
tive vice president. Also par-
ticipating in the ceremony were
the Judge Avern Cohn; Dr. Ar-
thur Jefferson, general superin-
tendent of the Detroit Public
Schools; Ivery Harvey, Winship's
principal; the hospital's chaplain,
Rabbi Allan M. Blustein; Bruce E.
Thal, treasurer of the Sinai Board
of Trustees; and Rose Greenberg,
another hospital trustee.
Special guests included Detroit
Public Schools Area C Superin-
tendent George Adams; Area C

Assistant Superintendent Dr.
Mary Wilks; Area C Assistant
Benjamin Bernoudy; New De-
troit, Inc., President Walter
Douglas; Winship Parent-
Teachers Organization President
Judy Kafkakas; and the Winship
Community Council's immediate
past president, Alfreda Burdette.

Edward Hodges, a neighborhood
resident and former general coun-
sel for New Detroit, also attended.
Before he retired from his position
as vice president of Michigan Bell,
he pioneered the concept of
"adopting" schools 16 years ago
when Michigan Bell adopted
Northern High School.

Irving Shapiro, executive vice president of Sinai Hospital of Detroit, visits
Winship Elementary and Middle School.

Irving Panush to chair Midrasha

many community boards includ-
ing: Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit, Sholem
Aleichem Institute and the
United Hebrew Schools. His
interest in Jewish education has
been maintained through profes-
sional and lay positions in a
variety of institutions.

He has served as educational
director at Shaarey Zedek, Beth
Shalom, and the Combined
Jewish Schools. Currently, Dr.
Panush is diector of Temple Kol
Ami.

Dr. Irving Panush

Dr. Irving Panush will serve as
the new chairman for the Mid-
rasha, College of Jewish Studies.
He succeeds Rose Kaye. His new
vice chairman for the 1984-1986
term is Dr. Joseph Epel.
Dr. Panush received his Ph.D.
degree in philosophy from the
University of Michgian. He has
taught at Wayne State University
and at the University of Missouri
as well as at the Reform College of
Jewish Studies and at the Mid-
rasha. He has served as depart-
ment head of social studies at
Cass Technical High School and
division director of humanities at
Macomb Community College.
Dr. Panush is involved with

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Dr. Epel's involvement with the
Jewish community extends to a
variety of institutions. He is a
very actively involved with the

Dr. Joseph Epel

UHS board, the Jewish Welfare
Federation, Shaarey Zedek and
the American Technion Society.

LZA to hear Israeli professor

The Labor Zionist Alliance
Council of Metropolitan Detroit
and the Labor Zionist Institute
will present Dr. Shlomo Aronson,
associate professor of political sci-
ence, Hebrew University, and a
Visiting Professor at UCLA, on
Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Labor
Zionist Alliance meeting room,
25900 Greenfield, Suite 205e,
Oak Park.
Dr. Aronson's topic will be "Is-
rael's Election and Immediate Fu-
ture." He is a Sabra and head of
news and current affairs for Israel
Television. He also is a guest
scholar at Brookings Institute in
Washington, D.C.
Friends and guests are invited
free of charge. Refreshmwits will
be served.
For information, call the LZA,
967-3170.

Dr. Shlomo Aronson

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